Bodegas Castañeda is an old school tapa bar that serves mostly Manzanilla sherry or Spanish vermouth. Upon arrival you immediately notice the large barrels stacked behind the bar that have taps to partake of their fortified wines. We sampled from one of casks and it came served on ice. The long place is dominated by a matching wood bar set with stools. There are a couple small tables next to the windows and lots of standing room at the bar and around the room. The other end of the bar features a number of hanging hams. It was a less frantic atmosphere with people drinking, eating and visiting with one another. With our glass came a free tapa of Spanish rice and meat mixed with vegetables. It was topped with a slice of light but crusty bread. The well cooked risotto style rice dish was nicely seasoned and studded with small bits of meat and well cooked vegetables melded into the mix. It was a fun stop.